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According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, diplomats working in Japan are not eligible for employment insurance

I am really curious about the justification for this.

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A warning? Yeah, that will show them! /s

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The report of 40 beheaded babies and this report were done by completely separate entities with nothing in common.

So what exactly makes this report so much more credible than others?

Your logic of discounting all reporting on a subject from all agencies because of one false report makes no sense

It makes perfect sense. If you are fed lies you should naturally be skeptical. Anyone who isn't would be an idiot

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Why so much focus on what she wore to the event?

To me it was totally appropriate for her to wear the gi. A clear message she is a fighter and won't bow down to male dominated and mandated norms.

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No. My skepticism comes from being told lies about Oct 7 and all of a sudden being asked to believe what this report says. As the saying goes fool me once shame on you..

The report of 40 beheaded babies and this report were done by completely separate entities with nothing in common. Your logic of discounting all reporting on a subject from all agencies because of one false report makes no sense

Let me ask you this: Do you also discount all reports by the Gaza health ministry because of their false reporting on the Al-Ahli al-Arabi Hospital?

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Many uniformed people predicted immediate replacing of health care professionals by AI, but having a good grasp on the reality of the situation easily debunks that notion, as this article clearly presents "AI" is a tool, and a very imperfect one still, so the expectation is that it will help professionals do their job in the future, not replace them.

Unfortunately as is described there are many problems to reach even this much lower goal, and that is without considering the negative aspects that come with the available ways to deal with these problems.

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Propaganda is literally a necessary instrument of war.

For real, I don’t even mind the propaganda much anymore, but just because it is easy to spot, but I have come to be reassured that most people can see it too. I am only of average intelligence, so this make me feel good.

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Japan needs to wake up. It's so funny that all these outsiders have such deep opinions on Japan and its culture. Will be eradicated within the next 20 years if they allow this gender ideology to shift along with moving away from conservative and traditional values.

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AntiquesavingToday 08:48 am JST

Isn't it time to stop the 2 fantasies?

Russia will never fully conquer Ukraine even if it wanted to!

Not according to Medvedev and some of the accounts here. At a minimum they still want to make Ukraine a landlocked country, which is unacceptable.

Ukraine is not winning, will not retake the entire lost territory!

They also aren't moving back that much.

Russia didn't just lose 70,000 killed as they claim and Ukraine most certainly didn't lose 31,000 killed!

Why don't both the rah rah rah Russia and the rah rah rah Ukraine people not from these two places stop swallowing the propaganda and face reality and push both sides to a settlement!

The settlement can only be an unconditional ceasefire and nothing more. If that is what you support, then you should be in favor of guns so that Ukraine can bring it about.

I will never understand the pro Russians that believe the propaganda by fools like Medvedev and Putin, nor will I understand the pro Ukrainians that believe the propaganda from fools like Zelenski, Ursula von der Leyen, Blinken, etc...

Zelenskyy is literally doing superhuman work rallying his country. On what basis do you criticize him in any respect? Propaganda is literally a necessary instrument of war.

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On January 6th, then President Trump caused a mob to march on the Capital which resulted in the feats of several people.

Was he convicted of this? Surely something so grievous would lead to a conviction, no?

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So votes, regional conflicts, etc... don't count only "real" civil wars.

The country whose land it is would obviously need to agree, no? Otherwise what is the enforcement mechanism?

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Trump still needs to deal with four criminal court cases.

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Am gonna curiously connect some dots here on the deceased. Seems he was the engineer, and the boat suffered an engine failure, and he was the only one to lose his life. Could this be a case of S....de? pre meditated? the other crew members being casualties? Can't imagine the horror at rough seas though. Peace!

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TaiwanIsNotChina

Today 08:54 am JST

The whole point is that we aren't redrawing boundaries unless there is an actual civil war and not a fake civil war like Russia imposed on Ukraine. Also Russia swore 3x it would support the territorial integrity of Ukraine. And that is just my own count.

So what you are saying is if Catalonia (which voted independence) wants to actually be independent and recognized it needs to have a war with Spain!

So votes, regional conflicts, etc... don't count only "real" civil wars.

So if Taiwan decides to vote independence and be a country, that would not be acceptable to you unless it has a civil war with mainland China!

Interesting!

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People are going to nit-pick and complain about the stoopidest guano just because they are jealous this woman got a well deserved award that they have not a whit of an idea what it's about.

Well done! Congrats to her! (No matter what she wears!)

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So your skepticism is based on zero evidence but rather a feeling?

No. My skepticism comes from being told lies about Oct 7 and all of a sudden being asked to believe what this report says. As the saying goes fool me once shame on you..

My skepticism comes from listening to investigative reporters like Jeremy Scahill who continue to debunk lie after lie about what Israel says happened.

This report seems to be substantiated by the U.N., which has been relatively harsh on Israelis approach to the conflict. The beheaded baby thing was never substantiated by the U.N.

The report, does not substantiate WIDESPREAD rape. Which is what Israel is saying.

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Sucks, but those non-white areas of Russia that are currently under the heel of the White ethnic Russians are either going to have to stand up for themselves or they will just get more of the same from Muscovy.

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you will defend Trump,

I don’t need to, just calling out the lefts failure at getting him.

but will not defend yourself, Trump is the last hurrah for some White people

What??? Oh, boy….

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Scary times indeed.

Shut this war down before it's too late.

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AS - my answer to your question isn’t going to be that satisfying to anyone, but I don’t think other countries should meddle in the problems White Russians have with their minority areas. IOW, no RTP.

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Justice Served,

Go Trump Go, the man is innocent till PROVEN GUILTY.

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TaiwanIsNotChinaToday 08:54 am JST

AntiquesavingToday 08:38 am JST

And you are so predictable, I know what your next response will be: but muh Kosovo. Maybe Serbia shouldn't have resorted to genociding the inhabitants there bringing in what was a Russian approved peacekeeping force. In any event, Russia already screwed that comparison by annexing its ill gotten gains.

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UChosePoorly

Today 08:54 am JST

Are we to apply the ask them, equally or only when the west agrees?

> If Russia is going to do this Ukraine, then they have no right to complain if the same thing happens to them, do they?

> There is always someone bigger, stronger, and richer

Nice side stepping the question!

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"with strong determination," make every effort

Just give up already. They're not coming back (assuming they're even still alive).

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TokyoLivingToday  07:49 am JST

Made in China..

Thanks China..

Just like the computer you are now typing on.

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Why don't both the rah rah rah Russia and the rah rah rah Ukraine people

I like you think of myself as more of a rah rah rah ‘don’t invade other countries’ person.

Good on you for finally saying a cross word to the pro-Russians, but you enabled them too.

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What can you say except 6-0? Arsenal are in the title race.

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Simple. the timing leads me to believe that this is a hastily made report designed to draw attention away from Israeli atrocities. So it is logical to be skeptical of it especially when we were fed false info previously about the beheaded babies.

So your skepticism is based on zero evidence but rather a feeling? This report seems to be substantiated by the U.N., which has been relatively harsh on Israelis approach to the conflict. The beheaded baby thing was never substantiated by the U.N.

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